Halloween Crafts: Spooky Spider Web T-Shirt Craft

Spooky Halloween T-Shirt Craft

Spooky Halloween T-Shirt Craft

Do you need to make a “spooky” t-shirt for Halloween in a hurry? If you do, you should love this Halloween t-shirt project.  The best part about it is that this t-shirt costume project can be completed in just a few minutes.  And once ready, your shirt should be quite the scare!

Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • Dark Colored T-Shirt
  • Glow-In-The-Dark Fabric Paint
  • Fabric marking Pencil
  • Glow-In-The-Dark Spiders or other Creepy Crawlies
  • Hot Glue or Fabric Glue

Step 1

Insert cardboard or a paper bag into the t-shirt so the paint doesn’t bleed through.  Draw out a spider web on the t-shirt with the fabric pencil.  You can get creative by having the spider web come off of the shoulder or have several on the t-shirt.

Step 2

Trace over your spider web sketch with the fabric paint.  (If you do both sides of the t-shirt, make sure to let the first side dry completely before moving to the other side.)  Dry and allow paint to set per the paint’s instructions.

Step 3

Apply hot glue or fabric glue between the spiders and the t-shirt surface.  Let dry.

Voila! So just to recap if you’d like to complete this project all you’ll need is a plain kids t-shirt, a few other materials and about 30 minutes of your time.  Add the three simple steps that we mentioned above and you now have a t-shirt that’s perfect for!  We hope that this post inspires you to go out and create.  Of course, if you do choose to try this one please post the final result on our Facebook Fan Page.


Filed under Crafts/Projects, Halloween, holidays, How To

3 responses to “Halloween Crafts: Spooky Spider Web T-Shirt Craft

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